Saturday March 30, 2013
Tonight's we had
Thomas P. Fusco,
Behind the Cosmic Veil.
I provided the introduction, mostly from his site:
Thomas P. Fusco is an independent researcher who has devoted nearly three decades investigating the relationship between mind, physics, spirituality, parapsychology, scientific anomalies and paranormal phenomena with the goal of uncovering the unifying cosmological framework that has eluded mankind for generations.
He has been invited to speak as a guest on numerous radio programs.
With his single super geometrical model, he explains the physically observable characteristics of every primary and secondary phenomenon associated with paranormal and psychic phenomena, as well as shed light on a number of scientific, astrophysical and quantum physical enigmas.
Rather than explaining the paranormal with quantum physics as everyone else is doing, Tom Fusco provides the proof for the opposite case, namely, that it's quantum physics that's paranormal!
"Spooky actions at a distance" indeed...
Thomas described how in his early 20s having some parapsychological experiences that caused him to question his knowledge of physics.
He began to research how such paranormal aspects of reality could exist within a scientifically based world or culture.
Barbara reported that tonight's listeners, as generally is the case, were from the US, UK, Finland, France and Japan.
Henry asked as to what is quantum phsyics, and Thomas went to town describing that.
Thomas came up with new paradigms to explain the coexistence of a Theory of Everything; distinctions between the physical world of reality and what cannot be measured
(gravity seemingly from nowhere, and dark matter being fictional to "fill in" scientists' equations).
As always, Barbara had the more profound questions.
Thomas discussed Einstein's numerous theories in explaining reality.
Thomas gave out his
and the page from which one can
order his book
on his site.
my Paranormal View hub page
on my website, indicating people from there can find the show's
that we're findable
Henry announced as Kat would be away for two weeks in Japan, that the next week would be discussing stuff amongst ourselves.
Ironically, Kat was not able to convey her own
graphic novel page)